How to Make Vegan Sausage with Chickpeas at Home
Easy Vegan Sausage Recipe: Soy Free, Nut Free and Gluten Free

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Ingredients

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700 g Chickpeas Soaked chickpeas
1 spoon Smoke powder
two spoons Beetroot powder
A small spoon Nutmeg Hindi
A small spoon Black pepper
A small spoon Corn starch
A small spoon Cinnamon
A small spoon Turmeric
1 spoon Ketchup
A small spoon Paprika powder
two spoons Saffron Brewed saffron
A small spoon Thyme powder
1 Garlic
two glasses Water
A small spoon Salt
two spoons Oil

Nutritional information

1400
Calories
60g
Fat
1400mg
Sodium
180g
Carbohydrates
50g
Fiber
60g
Protein
300mg
Calcium
12mg
Iron
2500mg
Potassium

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Healthy and delicious homemade vegan sausage containing fiber and protein suitable for grilling.
This easy recipe is soy-free, nut-free, gluten-free, and meat-free, suitable for vegans and those with dietary restrictions.

Features:
  • Dairy Free
  • Freezer-friendly
  • Gluten Free
  • Healthy
  • Nut-free
  • Soy-free
  • Vegan
  • Wheat-free
  • Yeast-Free

Ingredients

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Make delicious and healthy vegan sausage without additives very easily at home. You can make vegan sausage at home with various raw materials, such as soy and nuts. Still, I made a vegan sausage suitable for people who are allergic to soy and gluten, so I made this vegan sausage with chickpeas, which I think is suitable for everyone.
Because chickpeas contain protein, and adding garlic, fragrant spices, and a little saffron and smoked powder makes the taste of sausage unique.

What Are Vegan Sausages Made of? Protein-Rich Healthy

And I am sure that all the ingredients of this healthy and delicious sausage can be found in all your homes. Because there are ingredients that we always deal with in different foods.
The purpose of making vegan sausage is not to imitate meat sausage. When I was not vegan, my mother used to make it at home because she believed it was healthier, so we created the taste of vegan sausage ourselves.
This vegan sausage with chickpeas is easy to make, and you can barbecue on weekends. Or fry and eat a sandwich with lettuce and tomato, and cucumber.
Making a sandwich with this vegan sausage suits children attending school or camp.
In addition to being easy to make, this vegan sausage can be made in bulk and stored in the freezer so that whenever you don’t have time to cook, you can quickly take the sausages out of the freezer and make a sandwich.
This vegan sausage with peas is very useful because if you want to make an attractive pizza, you can put this vegan sausage on your pizzas. Or make a delicious and attractive vegan hotdog. I already taught Hotdog; this link shows the recipe and video.

 

Tips and tricks:

  1. Soak the chickpeas for twelve hours and change the chickpea water twice until the yellow water and chickpea swelling are removed.
  2. Use any spices you like, but nutmeg and smoked powder make this pea sausage more delicious, and try not to remove it.
  3. After adding the spices to the chickpeas, taste a little of its taste; if it is not enough, add salt or pepper.
  4. Brewed saffron helps the taste of this sausage to remove the raw smell of peas.
  5. After mixing all the ingredients, pour it into the pan and stir constantly with low heat so that it does not lump, and finally, the ingredients become hard and smooth.
  6. If you don’t have paper for sausage, you can use foil like me. If you don’t have foil, use cellophane.
  7. The important thing for rolling sausages is that after the sausage ingredients harden in the frying pan, quickly transfer them to the foil because if the ingredients stay inside the frying pan, they will harden and form.
  8. When you pour the ingredients into the sausage paper or foil, quickly press both sides and close both sides.
  9. Place the sausages in the refrigerator for three to four hours until they cool down and become solid.
  10. After three to four hours, you can take the sausages out of the refrigerator, cut them to your desired size, and use them.
  11. This chickpea sausage is suitable for grilling, frying, and boiling.
  12. You can make a lot of sausages and store them in the freezer.
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Steps

1
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Begin by soaking the chickpeas in water for twelve hours. During this time, change the water twice to remove the yellow water and reduce the bloat of the chickpeas. After soaking, pour the chickpeas into a blender.

2
Done

Pour enough water to cover the surface of the peas.

3
Done

Add beetroot powder to the blender to achieve the desired color for the sausage.

4
Done

Now, it's time to add all the spices, saffron, and ketchup into the blender with the chickpeas.

5
Done
1 minute

Turn on the blender and mix the ingredients for one minute, ensuring they are well combined.

6
Done

Place a pan on low heat and add a little oil to prevent sticking.

7
Done

Pour the prepared sausage ingredients into the pan.

8
Done

Stir constantly until it hardens.

9
Done

Once the mixture has hardened to the desired consistency, transfer it to sausage paper or foil.

10
Done
4 Hours

Roll the foil around the sausage mixture and close both sides securely. Place the wrapped sausage in the refrigerator for three to four hours, allowing it to solidify.

11
Done

After the cooling period, take the sausage out of the refrigerator. Slice it into the desired size for serving.

12
Done

Now, your homemade vegan sausages are ready to be used

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Zahra Radan

I'm Zahra, and I have been a vegan for 5 years; I publish raw vegan and vegan recipes on VEGi 1 site. I have vegan recipes for all days and meals that even non-vegetarians will love. I try to prove that you will not miss any delicious food by changing to a vegan lifestyle. If you make this dish, share the photo on Instagram or Facebook and tag me with @vegifamily and #vegi1.

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